The partition has no edges. It is so extensive that any event, concomitant or not, distant or near, visible or invisible, infiltrates it, affects it, and redirects it at every moment. […] Partitions are everywhere. They can take on an infinite number of forms and natures. […] Even a shopping list or a calendar, for example, are scores. [And] the score, even when “found”, already there, ready made in the literal sense, is said: it is the product of a specific cultural activity, of a construction, of an extremely skillful play of intervals, of multiplied reference points.                                            Laurence Louppe, The Poetics of Contemporary Dance – the continuation